Today Scythe launches a 3.5” multifunctional panel called the Kaze Station. The Kaze Station combines a 2-channel fan controller with plenty of easy access front panel connectors. It’s constructed with brushed aluminium controller knobs and front panel which are available in both black (KST01-BK-3.5) or silver (KST01-SL-3.5).
Razer has landed a deal with Blizzard to produce a line of StarCraft II themed gaming accessories.
Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd Ltd has launched the the Tyr PC-X1000 chassis designed as a stylish midi-tower chassis. The Tyr PC-X1000 follows in the prestigious footsteps of its predecessors, namely the PC-X500 and the PC-X2000. Both of a controversial design with side mounted ODD bays. The PC-X1000 however has three traditional front mounted ODD bays as well as three front mounted 140mm fans down the front of the case.
Following on from Hitachi who has just launched their 2TB hard drive, Western Digital should start shipping the RE3 fairly soon. If your not familiar with the RE3, it’s a RAID version of a SATA II hard drive and compliments 32MB of cache and an 8.7mb seek time.
Our last competition ended all the way back in July. Even though the number of entries was slightly disappointing, it certainly helped to kick-start the Tech-Reviews Forums. But now we’re back, back with another competition. Going up for grabs is a CoolIT Domino A.L.C Water-Cooling Kit.
It’s taken over a year, but Toshiba has finally announced it will be producing Blu-ray hardware.
Dell Japan has listed a rather interesting new display based on IPS panel that comes with HDMI and DisplayPort inputs, the UltraSharp U2410.
Intel’s upcoming Clarskfield mobile quad-cores will, quite literally, be some of the hottest mobile parts on the market when they show up in late September.
Intel will introduce a new Wolfdale-based dual-core sometime next week, and at $84, the new 45nm part sounds like a good deal.